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New fish for the week of 8/10-8/16

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New fish for the week of 8/10-8/16

Frogs, Inverts, and Snails

African Dwarf Frog

Amano Shrimp

Cherry Shrimp

Orange Shrimp

Red Rili Shrimp (came extra nice this week!)

Green Jade Shrimp

Blue Velvet Shrimp

Bamboo Shrimp

Olive Green Nerite Snails

Purple Mystery Snails (Locally Bred)

Assassin Snails (Back In Stock!)

Bettas (All Betta Splendens Are Male Unless Noted)


Halfmoon Dragon

Halfmoon Dumbo Ear


Gouramis And Other Anabantiformes

Powder Blue Dwarf Female Gouramis

Pearl Gouramis


Albino Pelvicachromis Pulcher (aka common Krib)

Apistogramma Panduro (wild)

Bolivian Ram

German Blue Ram

Corydoras And Other Catfish

Albino Cory

Corydoras Leopardus (aka Leopard Cory, new species for the shop!)

Pygmy Cory (Wild and big)

Corydoras Simils

Julii Corydora

Panda Cory

Dwarf Petricola


Long Fin Blue Eye Bristlenose (The blue eyes on these pop against the albino skin)

Common Otocinclus

Adult Bristlenose (Locally Bred)


Black Kuhli Loach

Burmese Rosy Loach


Rummy-Nose Tetra

Cardinal Tetra (Wild)

Ember Tetra

Neon Tetra


Brigittae Rasbora (aka Chile Rasbora)

Exclamation Point Rasbora

Pygmy Spotted Rasbora


Cherry Barb

Danios And Other Minnows

Celestial Peral Danio


Assorted Male Endlers

Assorted Female Fancy Guppy

Assorted Fancy Male Guppy (Blue Variegated, Leopard Tuxedo, Blue Neon, Neon Red Dragon, Green Lace)

Brazilian Green Moscow Guppy Pairs (Locally Bred)

Red Velvet Swordtail (These look like sweedish fish candy! Insane red)

Tequila Splitfin Goodied (Locally bred from Greg Sage Line, Super cool rare livebearer)


Norman's Lampeye Killifish


Furcata Rainbow


Ornate Rainbow Goby (Gorgeous!)

Pea Puffer (Tiny but still full of attitude)



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ornate rainbow goby.jpg

rosy loach.jpg

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Its a dwarf Synodontis species (Synodontis lucipinnis), looking at around 4" or so in size. It likes to be kept in groups or otherwise it can be a bit bossy of a fish. Though it hails from Lake Tanganyika it can be kept in South American community tanks as it can be kept it a variety of water parameters.  Diet wise its considered omnivorous and care should be taken to not have too tiny of tank mates as they could be eaten. There a fun and cute looking fish that adds instant entertainment and wow to any community tank.

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